|Virtual environment for manipulating microscopic particles with optical tweezers (Volume 108) - Lee, Y.G.|
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keywords: optical tweezers; nanoscale assembly; nanotechnology
|3. Library Sci IJLSR A SCIENTOMETRIC STUDY OF RUDRAMUNI HIREMATH|
The study examines Nano composites publications retrieved form Web of Science (WoS) for the period 1999 - 2012. A total of 42,876 papers were published and 7, 78,957citations were received. The outcomes of the study are: China produced highest number of papers (11,561) and USA received highest number of citations (2,40,589); south Koreawas received highest (46.09%) Average Citation per Paper (ACP); the study uses different indicators, sources preferred, authors contribution, the Average Growth R...
Keywords: Nanocomposites; Nanomaterials; Nanoscale; Relative Indicators; Scientometrics
|Software architecture for a virtual environment for nano scale assembly (VENSA) (Volume 109) - Lee, Y.G.|
Journal of Research of the National Institute of Standards and Technology
Keywords: software reuse; nanoscale assembly; software architecture
|Lee Cronin: Making matter come alive - TED.com|
Before life existed on Earth, there was just matter, inorganic dead "stuff." How improbable is it that life arose? And -- could it use a different type of chemistry? Using an elegant definition of life (anything that can evolve), chemist Lee Cronin is exploring this question by attempting to create a fully inorganic cell using a "Lego kit" of inorganic molecules -- no carbon -- that can assemble, replicate and compete.
Keywords: TEDTalks; TEDGlobal 2011; TED; Talks; biology; life; nanoscale; science; 2011
|Studies of High Temperature Sliding Wear of Metallic Dissimilar Interfaces - Ian Alexander Inman|
The evolution of microstructures in the glaze layer formed during limited debris retention sliding wear of Nimonic 80A against Stellite 6 at 750°C and a sliding speed of 0.314 m/s (7N applied load, 4,522 m sliding distance), was investigated using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive analysis by X-ray (EDX), X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning tunnelling microscopy (STM) and transmission electron microscopy (TEM)...
Keywords: high temperature wear; dissimilar materials; nano-scale; glaze layer; oxidation
|Tribochemistry and nanoscale surface interactions - podcast transcript|
David Huitink discusses his work in the nanotribology field.
Keywords: STLE; society of tribologists and lubrication engineers; nanotribology; nanoscale surface interactions; tribochemistry
|Paul Rothemund details DNA folding - TED.com|
In 2007, Paul Rothemund gave TED a short summary of his specialty, DNA folding. Now he lays out in clear, abundant detail the immense promise of this field -- to create tiny machines that assemble themselves.
Keywords: TEDTalks; TED; Talks; DNA; MacArthur grant; creativity; nanoscale; physics; science; technology; TED2008; 2008
|Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology with Yip-Wah Chung Podcast Transcript|
Yip-Wah Chung discusses his new book, Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology, and you can read about it in this transcript.
Keywords: STLE; society of tribologists and lubrication engineers; nanoscale; nanotribology; tribology; yip-wah chung
|Ray Kurzweil: A university for the coming singularity - TED.com|
Ray Kurzweil's latest graphs show that technology's breakneck advances will only accelerate -- recession or not. He unveils his new project, Singularity University, to study oncoming tech and guide it to benefit humanity.
Keywords: TEDTalks; TED2009; TED; Talks; computers; education; future; nanoscale; prediction; science; technology; 2009
|Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology with Dr. Yip-Wah Chung|
Dr. Yip-Wah Chung discusses his new book, including the contributing authors, the book's contents and some detail on his work.
Keywords: STLE; society of tribologists and lubrication engineers; Dr. Yip-Wah Chung; CRC; CRC Press; Micro- and Nanoscale Phenomena in Tribology
|Nanoscale Memory Repair - Masashi Horiguchi, Kiyoo Itoh|
Nanoscale Memory Repair
Keywords: code; memory; ecc; circuit; voltage; redundancy; spare; ieee; error; data; check bits; code word; data bits; memory cells; error checking; reduction techniques; margin errors; hamming code; nanoscale memories; wider margins
|Nokia Morph Concept - Nokia Research Center|
Launched alongside The Museum of Modern Art “Design and The Elastic Mind” exhibition, the Morph concept device is a bridge between highly advanced technologies and their potential benefits to end-users.
Keywords: Assembly; Atomic Precision; Atoms; Blocks; Bonds; Box; Building Blocks; Cellphone; Claytronics; Communication; Components; Computer Science; Computronium; Concept; Engineering; Flexible; Functions; Machinery; Materials; Mechanisms; Molecules; Morph; Nanocomputer; Nanomechanical Engineering; Nanometer; Nanoscale; Nanosystem; Nanotechnology; Nokia; Programmable Matter; Science; Self-Cleaning; Shapes; Sustainability; Technology; Tools; Transparent; Utility Fog; Wireless
|2.57 Nano-to-Macro Transport Processes Fall 2004 - MIT OCW|
This course provides parallel treatments of photons, electrons, phonons, and molecules as energy carriers, aiming at fundamental understanding and descriptive tools for energy and heat transport processes from nanoscale continuously to macroscale. Topics include the energy levels, the statistical behavior and internal energy, energy transport in the forms of waves and particles, scattering and heat generation processes, Boltzmann equation and derivation of classical laws, deviation from classica...
Keywords: nanotechnology; nanoscale; transport phenomena; photons; electrons; phonons; energy carriers; energy transport; heat transport; energy levels; statistical behavior; internal energy; waves and particles; scattering; heat generation; Boltzmann equation; classical laws; microtechnology; crystal; lattice; quantum oscillator; laudaurer; nanotube; Louiville equation; X-ray; blackbody; quantum well; Fourier; Newton; Ohm; thermoelectric effect; Brownian motion; surface tension; van der Waals potential
|Productive Nanosystems: from Molecules to Superproducts - Lizard Fire Studios|
Visualizing productive nanosystems and molecular manufacturing is a major challenge in communicating the power of this technology. This film, a collaborative project of animator and engineer, John Burch, and pioneer nanotechnologist, Dr. K. Eric Drexler, depicts an animated view of a nanofactory and demonstrates key steps in a process that converts simple molecules into a billion-CPU laptop computer.
Keywords: Abundance; Animation; Assembly; Atomic Construction; Atomic Precision; Atoms; Blocks; Bonds; Box; Building Blocks; CGI; Claytronics; Components; Computer Science; Computronium; Construction; Desktop Factory; Desktop Manufacturer; Desktop Manufacturing; Diamond; Education; Engineering; Eric Drexler; Foresight Institute; Functions; John Burch; Layers; Lizard Fire Studios; Machinery; Materials; Mechanisms; Molecular Assembler; Molecular Fabrication; Molecular Manufacturing; Molecules; Nanocomputer; Nanofabrication; Nanofactory; Nanomanufacturing; Nanomechanical Engineering; Nanometer; Nanorex; Nanoscale; Nanoscience; Nanosystem; Nanotechnology; Organization; Personal Manufacturing; Personal Nanofactory; Post-scarcity; Processing; Product; Production; Productive Nanosystems; Products; Programmable; Programmable Matter; Quantum Chemistry; Raw Materials; Science; Shapes; Sustainability; Synthesis; Technology; Tools; Utility Fog